According to the Sunday Times, a new study has discovered that ink nanoparticles could enter the bloodstream and build up in major organs of the body which can potentially impair their functionality, News.com.au reported.
The recent research supports a previous study that showed that some tattoo dye contains carcinogens, including cobalt and mercury.
Experts insisted that rules and regulations should be formed for the tattoo industry, similar to those governing the smoking and sunbathing industries.
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